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Life's Essentials

A column aimed at helping the readers live their Christian mission by focusing on what is essential in life and what it entails

Connecting with millennials

Millennials are technology and electronic natives who increasingly spend their time online, comfortably dealing with social networks. It is the generation that has received much attention and pampering from parents. Here is how you can relate to them at home or at work.

Digital and interpersonal communications

E-business and digital technology are inevitable trends that will be the key drivers for the success of enterprises. Thus the need for digital transformation in order to improve performance, achieve higher productivity and increase efficiency.

Flexible workspaces

Work takes eight to 10 hours of our day. The workplace therefore can positively or negatively impact our wellbeing. Today as wellness has become a crucial factor in selecting jobs, companies need to pay attention to the desire for enhanced and innovative workspaces.

Minimalist yet fulfilling lifestyle

Quality of life does not depend on how much material goods one possesses. It depends on understanding what is essential for living and letting go of the “buy-and-buy habit” of consumerism.

Achieving home life balance

With today’s hectic lifestyle, is achieving work life balance an impossible dream? Especially for women who work and need to complement the earnings of their husbands and manage their households as well? Here are some practical tips to enjoy work life balance by managing the work at home better.

Stay healthy

Physical wholeness, as we all know, is about the food we eat, the number of glasses of water we drink in a day, proper exercise, etc. Our body should also have the mental wholeness to manage our stress and the ability to process problems and dilemmas and to deal with life's challenges.

Put God at the center of your life

Putting God at the center of our lives implies to dedicate moments for reflection and meditation daily. In addition, to pursue an ethical way of life by which we weigh up the pros and cons of our actions vis-a-vis others and God.

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